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Wabunge wapewa maelekezo mapya

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Bunge la Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania, limewaagiza wabunge wote kuwasili jijini Dodoma, Januari 17, 2021, kwa ajili ya kuanza kwa vikao vya kamati za kudumu za Bunge zitakazoanza rasmi Januari 18 mwaka huu.

Taarifa hiyo imetolewa na kitengo cha mawasiliano na uhusiano wa kimataifa cha Bunge, na kueleza kuwa kamati zote za kudumu za Bunge zitafanya uchaguzi wa wenyeviti na makamu wenyeviti.

Aidha wajumbe wa kamati za kudumu za Bunge, watapewa mafunzo mbalimbali ikiwemo juu ya majukumu na taratibu za uendeshaji wa kila kamati, mafunzo kuhusu Bunge mtandao na usalama wa mitandao kwa kamati zote, pamoja na mafunzo kwa kamati za sheria ndogo kuhusu uchambuzi wa sheria ndogo na uzoefu wa mabunge mengine ya nchi zinazofuata mfumo wa kibunge wa jumuiya ya madola.

Mbali na mafunzo hayo pia kamati ya bajeti itapokea na kujadili mambo mbalimbali ikiwemo mapendekezo ya mpango wa maendeleo ya Taifa ya mwaka mmoja, mwongozo wa kuandaa mpango wa bajeti ya serikali kwa mwaka wa fedha 2021/2022, pia itajadili utekelezaji wa bajeti ya serikali pamoja na sheria ya fedha kwa kipindi cha nusu mwaka kwa mwaka wa fedha 2020/ 2021.

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Taoiseach says ‘Ireland is committed to fighting antisemitism, racism’ at Holocaust memorial

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Taoiseach Micheál Martin addressed a virtual commemoration in the Mansion House in Dublin this evening to mark National Holocaust Memorial Day.

Tomi Reichental and Suzi Diamond, the two remaining Holocaust survivors in Ireland, also addressed the event which was organised by Holocaust Education Trust Ireland.

Holocaust Education Trust Ireland works with teachers, students and the wider community to educate about the Holocaust and its place in today’s society.

Mr Martin said: “Education is an important tool in deepening our understanding of the Holocaust…Ireland is committed to fighting antisemitism and racism.

“Today’s ceremony will be addressed by two Holocaust survivors, Tomi Reichental and Susie Diamond, last year’s ceremony marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and as we move further away from the horrors of the Holocaust, the value of being able to share the personal experience of Tomi and Susie is incalcuable.”

 

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Exports to Iraq via Mehran near 800,000 tons in 10 months

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Exports to Iraq via Mehran near 800,000 tons in 10 months

Rouhollah Gholami, director-general of Ilam Customs Administration made the announcement on Sunday, construction materials, steel products, glass and tiles were the main products exported via Mehran during the eight-month period.

He noted that the trade between Iran and Iraq through the Mehran border crossing is on track with all coronavirus-related health protocols in place.

According to Gholami, 250 trucks carrying Iran’s export goods cross the Mehran border to Iraq daily.

Iran’s exports to Iraq via Mehran checkpoint stood at $1.18 billion during the last fiscal year (March 2019-20).

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COVID-19: Sanwo-Olu speaks on vaccinating 20 to 22 million Lagos residents

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Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State, has said there is no need to vaccinate 20 to 22 million residents of the state against COVID-19.

Sanwo-Olu disclosed this while featuring on Channels Television programme, Sunday Politics.

The governor also disclosed that his administration was engaging some companies in the production of COVID-19 vaccines for residents of the state.

He said: “It is important for me to make this. We don’t have to vaccinate the 20 or 22 million population that we have. The plan is to ensure that there is a herd immunity and that typically speaks about 50 to 60 percent of your population, that is the kind of target that you really meet.

“We have started a conversation with some of the vaccine manufacturers. Pfizer for example, I have made contact with them, Johnson and Johnson are not out yet, the Moderna have written to us and we have written back to them.”

COVID-19: Sanwo-Olu speaks on vaccinating 20 to 22 million Lagos residents

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